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Whether you’re travelling from Rhyl to Llandudno for business or a family day out, catching the train allows you to arrive relaxed, and it only takes around 30-minutes.

There are services running throughout the day, so take advantage of our ticket deals, including Advance, Anytime and Off-peak ticket options, and save yourself some money for your day out in Llandudno. The largest beach resort in Wales, Llandudno is famed for its glorious beaches, having developed over the centuries from Stone Age settlements into a vibrant, cosmopolitan town. There are so many family-friendly attractions and things to see here you’re spoiled for choice.

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Its most popular and recognisable attraction is the Llandudno Bay and North Shore. The wide, sweeping Promenade follows the curve of the bay, and allows easy access to the beach, watersports and open-air concerts. Shops selling homemade fudge, candy floss and locally caught fish and chips make this area perfect for relaxing and grabbing something to eat.   

The North Shore is where you'll find the Llandudno Pier, which has a bar, cafe, amusement arcades, children's fairground rides, and various shops and kiosks. You can then ride the Great Orme Tramway from the seaside station to the summit of the Great Orme for a breathtaking panorama. While you’re there, say hello to the wild Kashmiri goats that have made the hills their home. Descended from a pair given by Queen Victoria to a member of the Llandudno gentry, they are an unusual sight - cameras at the ready!

If you fancy something a little more sedate, why not head for the Venue Cymru. Home to opera, theatre productions, live music and comedy, grab a bite to eat at the restaurant before the show.  

Llandudno has something for everyone, and with our downloadable app booking, tickets and staying up-to-date with all our special deals is simple. We even offer free WiFi to all our customers. 
 

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